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Ignoring the stakeholders

Dear Editor, A riddle: Why would the Ministry of Finance instruct the Securities Commission of The Bahamas to issue three pieces of legislation for public consultation after the third working day of the week, with a deadline of Friday of that week? Answer: Because it doesn’t actually

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Deflection

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis may never fully address the calls for two of his Cabinet ministers to resign. He probably won’t offer any meaningful response to the judicial condemnation of those ministers either. We get it. It’s a dicey subject for our leader. Perhaps he hopes that the

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PLP ends boycott

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is ending its boycott and returning to the House of Assembly today, announced Mangrove Cay and South Andros MP Picewell Forbes yesterday. The opposition’s boycott began earlier this month as a result of the government ignoring calls for the resignations of Minister of

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